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January 07, 2009


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I got inspired by this and decided to get a quote from a local contractor. I got quoted 355 for 1 exterior door and two interior doors. It seemed like an expensive estimate for the work involved and I"m not even sure if they would be able to fix the draft issue from the exterior door. I think going with a door and window company would be a better fit, since they specialize in those type of installs. what do you think?

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